Enjabulweni School wins Athletics Competition

On Saturday the 2nd of April Enjabulweni School made history by taking first place out of ten independent High Schools at the annual athletics competition held at Mavuso Sports Centre. The entire Enjabulweni family is exceptionally pleased with this achievement and thanks all athletes, coaches and staff for this amazing feat.

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Winners and Runners Up Group photo

Enjabulweni Basketball Invitational 2016

Enjabulweni hosted the 6th edition of the Enjabulweni Basketball Invitational from the 8th to the 9th of April. For the first time Kearsney College in KwaZulu Natal attend took part in the tournament along with six local schools. Enjabulweni won all their group games to proceed to the semi-finals top of the group.

In the final played only ten minutes of beating Bahai School 91 points to 36, Enjabulweni played Kearsney College and lost to a better team.

Enjabulweni would like to thank DUPS Direct for the tremendous support for sport and basketball in the kingdom. DUPS Direct’s generosity is greatly appreciated.

We would also like to thank the referees and the table officials for a stunning job.
To the players and coaches, the level of the game was truly amazing and the sportsmanship – top class. The camaraderie among the players is something to be proud of. Well done boys.

To the parents who came to support the boys, we are really grateful. We know that some drove long distances to attend the tournament and we acknowledge the passion.

Well done to Kearsney and Enjabulweni who each contributed three players each to the All Start Team. Muhle Bophela was chosen as the MVP – a well deserved achievement.

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Cape Town Update

Cape Town tourists will only be at the border at 6pm. They are expected to arrive at the school between 8pm and 9pm. Parents with children on the bus can contact Mr Masuku using the following number: 0027835448250.

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Autism Day

Commemorating Autism Day. The eighth annual World Autism Awareness Day is April 2, 2016. Every year, autism organizations around the world celebrate the day with unique fundraising and awareness-raising events.This is how Enjabulweni celebrated their Autism day

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High School Athlectics

On Saturday the 2nd of April Enjabulweni School made history by taking first place out of ten independent High Schools at the annual athletics competition held at Mavuso Sports Centre. The entire Enjabulweni family is exceptionally pleased with this achievement and thanks all athletes, coaches and staff for this amazing feat.

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The rugby team both juniors and seniors traveled to Nelspruit on the weekend of the 4th to 6th of March 2016. We were hosted by Curro Nelspruit and played them in 2 different formats of the game of Rugby. Our first games were on Friday the 4th where we played 10s for both juniors and seniors separately and the results were as follows: Juniors won their match 22-17, the boys displayed courage as this was the first game of the season and for many of the boys it was their first ever Rugby match. Seniors lost their match 39-17 in what was a tough physical encounter. On Saturday the 5th we played 2 games of 7s for both age groups and the results were as follows: Juniors won the first game convincingly 30-0; they narrowly lost their second game 17-10. The seniors won their first match 24-22; they lost the second game 29-10. We are extremely proud of the performance of the boys during the games; we have a promising year of rugby ahead which we are looking forward to. Well done boys!

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Inter-House Athletics

The 2016 edition of the High School athletics inter-house competition was held at Mavuso Sports Stadium. The day started off rather gloom but soon warmed up to very fierce competition. The skies clear and offered pristine competition conditions.

Never in the history of the school has the competition been so close and this intensity was maintained from start to finish. This culminated in the first ever draw for first place between the Eagles and the Falcons – 502 points and the Hawks sitting at 324 points.

All the members of the various teams had gone out of their way to make this the beautiful day it turned out to be. The cheer leaders in the different houses clad in house regalia, the wonderful cheers amazingly reverberating throughout the massive stadium, the support from all those in the grand stand, the outstanding effort put in by the athletes on the track or field and the unprecedentedly efficient way the house captains ran their houses, all combined to produce a day to remember.

It, therefore, comes as no surprise that 34 records were broken on the day. Congratulations must go to Banelisi Dlamini, Hope Makin, Bong’menzi Mbingo and Yenzo Lukhele who each broke three records.

Congratulations to the whole school in fact and thank you for a wonderful fun filled day. We look forward to even greater effort for a first position in the inter-schools to be held on the 2nd of April at Mavuso Sports Centre.

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High School Inter-House Athletics Standards

Enjabulweni pupils took part in the first ever inter-house standards competition on Saturday the 23rd of January 2016. Every pupil took part in all seven events (100m, 200m, 400m, 800m, shot put, high jump and long jump).

While competition was against a set standard in each of the events, the athletes could not help but rekindle some old rivalries and spark off new ones with the arrival of new pupils across the grades. It was wonderful to watch competition moved from primary school to high school between old foes now competing in the same colours.

One shudders to think of what will happen to records that have stood, in some cases, for many years considering the quality of performances and the healthy competition we always encourage at Enjabulweni School.

While there are a lot of positives, there were also some issues we would like to improve on. Top in the agenda is full attendance followed by support from parents. It would really be great to see the banks of our fields as well as the stands filled with parents supporting their children.

On the whole a wonderful day augmented by the wonderful weathered we were blessed with in the day.

Looking forward to the inter house meeting at Mavuso on the 4th of February 2016.

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St Peter’s Sports and Cultural Festival

The Enjabulweni Boys’ Soccer team travelled to the annual St Peter’s Soccer Tournament. The boys were confident after winning the Independent Schools Soccer Tournament at U-Tech during the second term. The tournament included thirty-two schools and clubs in total. The boys qualified for the plate quarterfinals where they beat the hosts (St Peter’s) 3 – 1. The semi-finals were a tightly contested affair with Enjabulweni prevailing 3 – 2 against Uplands College. In the finals, Enjabulweni came up against a talented Krugersdorp team. The boys played extremely well and won the game 2 – 1.

It is very encouraging to note that the team is made up of mostly grade 8 – 11 which bodes well for the future of Enjabulweni Soccer. Special mention must go to Zweli Sibandze, the captain, for leading by example with a stellar defensive display throughout the tournament.

G. Mhlanga.

First Team Coach.

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